"Sino-Futurism is an invisible movement. A spectre already embedded into a trillion industrial products, a billion individuals, and a million veiled narratives. It is a movement, not based on individuals, but on multiple overlapping flows….it is often mistaken for contemporary China. But it is not. It is a science fiction that already exists,” begins the generated voice narration of Sinofuturism (1839-2046 AD), a video essay by artist Lawrence Lek.